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Julian Harris


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Past articles by Julian:

Thousands of UK firms face dark future with cut in energy support

Government to slash expenditure on package by two-thirds from April, raising the spectre of a swathe of bankruptcies → Read More

British pubs, restaurants forced to cut opening hours

Britain’s pubs and restaurants are cutting their opening hours as staff shortages, high energy costs and wider inflationary pressures take their toll. → Read More

Baggage Handlers at London Heathrow Strike Over Pay Offer

Baggage handlers at London’s Heathrow airport will go ahead with a strike on Friday and the weekend, with additional industrial action planned over New Year’s Eve that threatens to disrupt one of Europe’s most important aviation hubs. → Read More

UK’s festive season brings strikes and lost sales

The RMT union’s plans include a ban on working overtime for more than two weeks over Christmas, which would very likely lead to further train cancellations → Read More

British pubs face up to a lean World Cup

Cost-of-living crisis and timing mean Brits will spend less on food and drink → Read More

The Former City Traders Battling to Become UK Prime Minister

When Rishi Sunak stood down as the UK’s chancellor last week, he lamented that it “may be my last ministerial job.” Yet within three days, the former hedge fund manager was a frontrunner to replace Boris Johnson as Prime Minister. → Read More

Is Persimmon’s success built on solid ground?

If you are a long-term Persimmon shareholder you will have done pretty well out of recent years. → Read More

Do not succumb to the ‘Fat Cat Friday’ outrage

As if Greggs’ vegan sausage rolls hadn’t prompted enough misplaced shock and outrage for the start of a new year, you can expect more of the same → Read More

Bank of England governor Mark Carney tries, and fails, to prevent Brexit analysis frenzy

House prices plummeting 31 per cent. → Read More

With one person escaping extreme poverty every second, young people must be shown the arguments in favour of capitalism

The World Bank released some seemingly depressing news last week: nearly half the global population live on less than $5.50 a day. → Read More

Labour will tell major UK companies to hand 10 per cent of equity to workers

The Labour party opened up a new front in its war with business last night, revealing a plan to force companies to put 10 per cent of shares into so-called → Read More

Sky and BT Sport pay £4.46bn to share Premier League TV rights for 160 games between 2019/20 and 2021/22

After years of extraordinary revenue growth, the Premier League has sold its latest package of live TV games to Sky and BT Sport for a reduced per-match → Read More

Many Brits are concerned about immigration – but that's no reason to pull up the drawbridge

Immigration has long been at the forefront of the public's political concerns, with survey data and focus groups consistently reflecting a discomfort → Read More

Credit rating giant S&P says UK banks are now better placed to deal with Brexit

The outlook for British banks has improved according to a leading credit rating agency, with lenders now in a better position to cope with the run-up → Read More

The International Regulatory Strategy Group has unveiled a blueprint for a post-Brexit free trade deal to support the financial services sector

The government is being urged to adopt a “bold and ambitious” plan for a post-Brexit trade deal, revealed this morning by an elite taskforce of City → Read More

Vast majority of people surveyed think top bankers don't deserve their wealth and lessons have not been learned from financial crisis, according to a YouGov poll

More than seven in 10 people do not believe banks have learned the lessons of the 2008 financial crisis, according to new polling data seen by City A.M. → Read More

Prime Minister Theresa May attracts criticism with DUP deal and post-Brexit offer to EU nationals

Prime Minister Theresa May yesterday secured the support of the DUP, signing a £1bn deal with the Northern Irish party to prop up her minority government. → Read More

Theresa May vows 'enough is enough' and proposes crackdown on tech companies in the wake of the London terror attacks

Prime Minister Theresa May yesterday pledged to step up the fight against terrorism, following the third atrocity on British soil in the last 11 weeks. → Read More

Rally after Emmanuel Macron's first-round French election win sees global markets gain $290bn

Hundreds of billions of dollars were added to the value of blue-chip stocks yesterday as France’s presidential election sparked a global relief rally. → Read More

MEP Manfred Weber's parochial demands over euro clearing will do Brussels no favours

If the last few days have taught us anything, it’s to expect a lot of frivolous political bickering around the upcoming Brexit negotiations. → Read More